The CATO Institute’s 8th Edition of their Handbook for Policymakers

The CATO Institute, as described on their website is: “Cato’s scholars address a wide range of constitutional and legal issues—including federalism, property rights, civil liberties, criminal law and procedure, qualified immunity, civil asset forfeiture, and the Second Amendment, to name a few. Cato expects the judiciary to be the “bulwark” of our liberties, as James Madison put it, neither making up nor ignoring the law but interpreting and applying it through the natural rights tradition we inherited from the Founding generation.”

The latest edition to this handbook is the 8th edition and issue #16 is regarding Real Property Rights. That section is 20 pages long and attached below.